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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Bard Development Plan Resurrected

One year after withdrawing their planned unit development (PUD) application for The Bard, Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) and Erkiletian Development, the team behind the...

The District’s Achievement Gap

Earlier this spring, the State Board of Education approved a new school accountability system under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). This new system...

Ana Harvey: DC’s Business Engine

Petite, bespectacled, with a ready, warm laugh, Ana Recio Harvey could be mistaken for a kindergarten teacher. She is, however, the business muscle in...

ANC 6C Report – May 2017

First District Commander Morgan Kane briefed Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6C at its May meeting on several police issues around the community, including the...

South by West – June 2017

Hoffman Madison Waterfront submitted a stage two Planned Unit Development (PUD) application in May for the third phase of development at District Wharf and...

When a PAC Moves in Next Door

When the home at 428 New Jersey Ave. SE went up for sale, Marisa Gotthold, who lives just down the block, went to check...

Where Is the Leadership?

A round of 30 gunshots rings out in broad daylight as families with children walk nearby. People duck for cover and ask themselves yet...

The Anthem Runs into Community Opposition

At its July 10th monthly meeting, ANC 6D unanimously voted to protest the application by owners of the Anthem concert hall for an Alcohol Beverage...

DC’s Phelps High School Trains Future Designers

People who assume that buildings are designed may not realize that the same is true for our open spaces and parks. In most cases,...

Sharon Ambrose (1939-2017)

Think of Sharon Ambrose when your children splash in the fountains at Yards Park. Applaud her while you cheer at a Nationals game. Discover...